With a weekend off from hockey the Cataracts will use the time off to do some 'connecting' in the wider community by participating in the Annual Santa Clause Parade in Grand Falls-Windsor on Saturday morning,Dec.3rd.
Several players who live in the immediate area will be on a special parade float just finished being decorated by the newly formed "PR and Marketing Committee" of the Cataracts Hockey Club Inc. [Full Story]
The Kelly Ford Gander Flyers are very pleased to announce the signing of import forward Ryan Watson.
The 2007 7th round draft pick of the Florida Panthers played 4 years in the NCAA with Western Michigan University. Ryan then moved onto the ECHL where he played 4 years between the Utah Grizzlies and the Bakersfield Condors.
In 2015 he represented Canada in Australia at the Ice Hockey Classic.
Last season Watson suited up for the Corner Brook Royals. He registered 15 goals and 29 points in just 20 games. He finished 3rd overall in the league in goals and 8th in points. [Full Story]
The Kelly Ford Gander Flyers travel to Clarenville this weekend for 2 games against the Caribous on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Game time are 8:00 and 1:30 respectively. The Flyers will be attempting to win their 1st game against the Bous having lost 2 games at home earlier this season at the SCC. The Flyers won't have Captain Mike Dyke, David Budgell, or Shayne Dominie for the weekend games but all other players will be available. Including Patty O'Keefe and newly signed import Ryan Watson. [Full Story]
During our home game on Saturday, December 10, the Gander Flyers will be hosting our annual Food Bank Drive. All donations to the Salvation Army Foodbank will receive one ticket towards our Game Day Drive. All fans are encouraged to come out and support this initiative to help others during this Christmas Season.
This year the Gander Flyers will not be having their annual Teddy Bear toss. This has been replaced with a “cap and mitt toss”. Fans are encouraged to bring a new pair of mitts and or a winter cap wrapped in plastic to the game on December 10. [Full Story]
The Grand Falls_Windsor Cataracts split a home-and-home series against the Clarenville Caribous over the weekend. The Cataracts won Saturday nights 4-1 at home before dropping a 6-3 decision in Clarenville Sunday afternoon. Collin Circelli, Mike Brent, Stephen Simms and Andre Gill had singles for the Cataracts in Saturday’s victory. Chad Earle had a pair of goals to lead the Caribous to their win the next day. Danny Wicks, Brandon Bussey and Andre Gill scored for the Cataracts in a losing effort. [Full Story]